Gatundu South Member Of Parliament has dropped a bombshell about the ongoing debate to Impeach Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i. According to the Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) Party Leader, trying to Impeach Fred Matiang'i at this time of the year is useless and is ultimately bound to fail. According to a post the Gatundu South legislator shared in his Facebook page on Monday morning, Impeachment if the Interior Cabinet Secretary should have happened a year ago but now it's useless. According to Moses Kuria, whoever is coming with such motion Coming with unnecessary distraction few months to the general elections. The remarks by the Legislator comes amid speculations that there more than 90 legislators who have already signed to have Matiang'i Impeached.
Moses Kuria says that this is no time for distraction and leaders should focus on the most important matter at hand, which is registering voters for next year general elections and ensure it will be free and fair.
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